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Transcript of Anime

History of anime
Anime Genres


What is Anime?
Anime is an art form of animation founded in Japan, anime includes all genres in the cinema, and is not a genre itself. (Although many people still do mistaken it for a genre.)
Anime began in the 20th century when Japanese film makers started to experiment with animation styles founded in Europe.
The oldest claimed anime is Katsudo Shashin, a privatly owned undated three second anime that contains 16 frames per second. This short clip depicts a young boy writing "katsudo shashin" across the screen and then saluting to the audience.
Professional public anime began to be published in 1917, of those animes, the oldest surviving one is Namakura Gatana, a copy of it being recovered in an antique shop in Osaka. Namakura Gatana was created by Kouchi Junichi and is 2 minutes long, the story depicts a samurai and his foolish choice of buying a double edged sword.
In 1930, anime became an alternative to live action movies.
A still slide of Katsudo Shashin.
A clip from Nakamura Gatana.
The 1923, the Great Kanto earthquake destroyed large portions of Japan's infrastructure and the destruction of Shimokawa's warehouse, destroying most of the early created animes.
FYI: Internet explorer has its own anime girl mascot
Anime may include genres in the cinema, but it also has some genres of its own. Here are a few of them:
: anime aimed towards young or teenage girls, usually focus on romance and the emotions of the characters .
Say I love you
Ao haru ride
Konata from Lucky star
: anime aimed towards young or teenage guys, often focusing on a male protagonist and are very high-action.
Fate stay night
unlimited blade works 2014
Guilty Crown
and Reverse harem
: harem is anime where a male protagonist is surrounded by 3 or more girls that are in love with him. Reverse harem is the opposite where a female protagonist is surrounded by 3 or more guys that are in love with her.
Nisekoi (harem)
Amnesia (reverse harem)
Mahou shoujo
: anime that mainly focuses on a group of girls with magical powers and have an outfit they change into when their magic is activated. Do not be mistaken, as some animes in this genre are very, very grave and sad.
Puella magi madoka magica
Sailor moon crystal
The opening and ending sequences of most animes are accompanied by J-pop or rock songs, often by reputed bands. The songs are written to fit with the general plot of the series, but are also aimed at the general music market, and therefore often are not completely related to the anime plot.

Pop and rock songs are also sometimes used as incidental music "insert songs" in an episode, often to exaggerate certain parts of the anime. Very often, background music is used to decorate certain scenes. Most series offer all applied music available in the form of OST(Original sound track).
Slice of life
: anime that dosent have any exact storyline but focuses more on the lives and interactions of the main characters.
Lucky star
: anime where the plot is rather futuristic and always contains giant robots. You will 99% of the time see space warfare in this genre.
Suisei no gargantia
Aldnoah zero
Anime series are usually adaptions of the identical manga, but some animes are not based off a manga and are instead original anime series.
Some animes have OVAs (original video animation) that are pretty much side stories of the series. Usually they are seperate aired or sold from the original series.

Some animes also have sequals or second seasons, usually continuing the storyline while adding in new characters. Some animes also have a prequel, where it talks about the events that happened before the main timeline.

Really mainstream stuff Maggie watches.

- Shingeki no kyojin (AOT)
-Corpse party
-Tokyo ghoul
-Black butler(Kuroshitsuji)
-Vampire knight

Tfboys is not anime!!
for anime!

: anime aimed towards a more older audience (usually rated 17+). The plot may be more complex and sophisticated and usually has more gore and profanities compared to some other animes.
Black bullet
Terror in resonance
Anime drawing are often very vibrant in colour, their is a huge diversity of anime styles. Besides the artist and character designers, the amount of detail in the artwork style is usually determind by the storyline, as you want the art work to balance out with the complexity of the plot.
Yes. That is a food monster.
Can you see the difference?
ONA(original net animation)
: anime that is directly aired onto the internet. Compared to traditional anime, ONAs are much shorter, usually only a few minutes long.
I don't understand what my husband is saying
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